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The Texas 12: Houston Leaps Over TCU

The Texas 12: Houston Leaps Over TCU

Jason Green, Staff Reporter September 7, 2016

Editor’s Note: Every week, The Prospectors’ own Jason Green will rank all 12 Division I college football teams in the Lone Star State.  The Texas 12 power rankings are based on the results from the past week of games, along with the strength of wins...

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The Texas 12: Preseason Power Rankings

The Texas 12: Preseason Power Rankings

Jason Green, Staff Reporter August 25, 2016

Editor's Note: Every week, The Prospectors' own Jason Green will rank all 12 Division I college football teams in the Lone Star State.  The Texas 12 power rankings are based on the results from the past week of games, along with the strength of wins...

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Offense shows promise during final scrimmage in Ruidoso

Offense shows promise during final scrimmage in Ruidoso

Adrian Broaddus, Sports Editor August 14, 2016

RUIDOSO, N.M.— While the first scrimmage was dominated by the defense on Aug. 9, the second scrimmage for the Miners' football team featured more positive play on the offensive side on Sunday, Aug. 14. The squad wrapped up their summer camp in Ruidoso,...

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Davis named C-USA Preseason Co-Defensive Player of the Year

Davis named C-USA Preseason Co-Defensive Player of the Year

Adrian Broaddus, Sports Editor August 2, 2016

Entering her senior soccer season with the Miners, defender/midfielder Aleah Davis was named Conference USA Preseason Co-Defensive Player of the Year on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Davis joined Florida Atlantic's defender Erica Burt and Rice's Jasmine Isokpunwu....

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Starr Breedlove looks to make an impact after sitting out

Starr Breedlove looks to make an impact after sitting out

Adrian Broaddus, Staff Reporter November 10, 2015

After sitting out an entire season last year because of the NCAA transfer rules, guard Starr Breedlove returns to the UTEP women’s basketball team this season. Spending her senior season in the Sun City, Breedlove will use her quick agility to add depth...

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Homecoming celebration reflects on UTEP athletics great feats

Adrian Broaddus, Staff Reporter September 29, 2015

From the roots of the Border Conference, 1935-1961, to the stomping grounds of the Western Athletic Conference, 1962-2005, to present-day Conference USA, UTEP athletics carries a long list of triumphant athletes with major accomplishments. Compiling...

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The UTEP women’s Volleyball team has already surpassed their win total from last year with their seventh win against Middle Tennessee this past Sunday.

Miners looking to gain momentum as Florida road trip looms

Javier Cortez, Sports Editor September 29, 2015

Over the weekend, the UTEP women’s volleyball team played their first conference matches of the season at home. The Miners opened C-USA play at home on Friday, Sept. 25, with a loss to North Texas 3-0 (25-19, 25-21, 25-21), but made up for it with a...

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Miners ready for home opener against Incarnate Word

Miners ready for home opener against Incarnate Word

Adrian Broaddus, Staff Reporter September 22, 2015

Two opening losses to teams from the power five conferences, Aaron Jones sidelined for the season, squeezing past rivals New Mexico State 50-47 in overtime – these are the story-lines the Miners bring to the forefront entering the fourth week of college...

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Roy Robertson-Harris led the Miners last season in tackles for loss with 9.5.

Robertson-Harris going out on top in senior year

Juan Carlos Navarrete, Staff Reporter September 22, 2015

He is often thought of as the face of the defense; a three-year starter and there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be. Now that the Miners are without Aaron Jones, Roy Robertson-Harris may become the new face of the team. For Robertson-Harris, his football...

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El Paso can’t get enough of Paydirt Pete

El Paso can’t get enough of Paydirt Pete

Luis Gonzalez, Editor in Chief August 25, 2015

There are few things that identify El Paso like the University of Texas at El Paso. The presence of the university can be felt in every corner of the city and it strives to be a part of the El Paso community as much as possible. One of the ways it tries...

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Aaron Jones (left), Angela Cutaia (middle), and Cameasha Turner (right) are three of the top athletes returning to action this semester in their respective sports.

Five questions for this semester in sports

Javier Cortez, Sports Editor August 25, 2015

Every new school year produces interesting headlines that resonate around campus. Whether it is a new professor, campus construction, etc. In sports, the same applies; the standout freshman, negligent coaches, and player suspensions. With all the changes...

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Jallycia Pearson finished attempts to get over the bar during the high jump portion of the heptathlon of the C-USA Conference Championships at Kidd Field.

Jallycia Pearson, more than a hometown hero

Juan Carlos Navarrete, Staff Reporter June 23, 2015

When asked about Jallycia Pearson, the first thing that comes to UTEP track fans’ minds is hometown and crowd favorite–but there is much more to her than that. The senior heptathlon athlete is a conference champion, has competed at nationals and leaves...

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